Spring is definitely in the air. How charming are these little pots?! Unfortunately, this picture wasn't properly credited on Pinterest so if anyone knows where it's from, please let me know. More things for me to cover with fabric. Yay! ;)
I've been eyeing this adorable sweater zebra from Pier One for E since last year. I couldn't justify spending almost $30 (after tax) for a toy that I wasn't even sure E would end up loving that much. Then last week I found this little guy hanging out by himself in the snack aisle at Target. He didn't have a tag so I had no idea how much he was. Too cute to pass up though, I decided that he and I were just meant to be. When he rang up for only $5, there was no question about it. Actually I think he's even cuter than Mr. Pier One... ;)
Need to find a better way to store ribbon? See how Helena organized trims and ribbons with Tic Tac containers @ Craft and Creativity. Genius!
My good friend and new blogging buddy Joyce @ Sip-N-Wear made this neat bracelet holder out of an aluminum foil roll and a piece of foam board. Way to be resourceful!
Another smart and affordable way to organize is to turn your old bath towels into a bathroom organizer. You can also use fabric instead to make an organizer for your craft items or mudroom.
Lastly, I am the biggest supporter of weekly meal planning. FoodOnTheTable.com is currently offering free lifetime membership for its premium service this month with the coupon code "MARFREE." I just tried the site out this week and so far it's been pretty user-friendly. Download the mobile app too for stress-free food shopping and planning.
Have a restful weekend!